weapon247 wrote:so many views and no comments
weapon247 wrote:thank you all
@ckk yup it leaves a large hole in your wallet as well
the scoring is based on rings(10) * no. of shots so I shot at it 30 times (30*10=300) total score....
30 shots fired in strings of 5 each.. after each string a ceasefire was called and my instructor highlighted my mistakes.. the shots you see in white were from the first 2 strings..
I had been practicing at 10 mtrs on a 25 m rapid fire target and this was my first 25m precision target at 15m!! my passing score set by the instructor was to shoot no more than 3 outside of the black!! sadly I failed it but as you can see my last 4 groups were tighter maybe not more than 4 inches!!
@ hobbyshooter do you mean pics of the target or the pistol?
-- Fri Feb 04, 2011 1:14 pm --
@ngrewal which sig pistol did you fire ?
I have fired a sig 226 and to be honest I wasnt pleased either.... one good thing at my range is that you can get times where you are the only shooter!! that is mostly the time I practice (used almost 80 bullets on this quite trip) otherwise I mostly let off a few and pack my bags if the range is a bit busy!!
boris wrote:but i have seen most american gun owners praise the sig 226 very much,among glock 17,glock 19,sig 226,walther p99,beretta 92fs and HK USP compact how would you rate each of them
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